FPGA’s provide a next step in the world of automation
Even though normal processors are very powerful and fast, they are too slow and consume too much energy when it comes to innovative and challenging applications. In such cases FPGA’s are a good alternative. Unfortunately, the overall experience is that current methods to program FPGA’s are complex and generate high costs. Often FPGA projects run out of time and out of budget.
SAVE THE DATE
We are organising a meeting on FPGA together with QBayLogic on Tuesday, 1 November 2022 in the afternoon.
Save the date and stay tuned for more information coming soon, regarding schedule, speakers, registration and more.